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Nearest metro station: Kiyevskaya (Filyovskaya Line)
Ukrainian Boulevard it is great place in Moscow for the fascinating walks. After the restoration and accomplishment the boulevard had become more beautiful and cozy. The Ukrainian Boulevard has length around one kilometer and stretches from Big Dorogomilovskaya Street to embankment of Taras Shevchenko. At the entrance from the Big Dorogomilovskaya Street you can see the big bronze sculpture “Friendship” – in honor of the centuries-old friendship of Russian and Ukrainian people, friendship which nowadays almost destroyed by foreign evil aggressors.
A little further along the boulevard from the left side you will find a monument to Ukrainian writer Lesya Ukrainka. After the monument there is an artificial pond with the fountains on the boulevard. There is a beautiful bridge over the pond. There is a gold fountain “Unost - Youth” in the center of the boulevard. At the Kutuzovsky Prospekt not far from the fountain “Youth” there are two sculptures “Allegory of water” and “Allegory of air”. The second part of the boulevard lies on another side of the Kutuzovsky Prospekt. There are mostly trees and bushes on the second part of the boulevard but here also will be interesting to walk till the embankment of Taras Shevchenko.
In 1965 the boulevard received a new name Ukrainian boulevard because this boulevard lies between the Kiyevsky railway station and the embankment of Taras Shevchenko. In 2005 on the boulevard started the restoration works by the project of the architect Rosanoff Eugene and the sculptor Alexander Burganov.
Go to metro station Kiyevskaya (Filyovskaya Line) and exit to the Kiyevsky railway station. On the street cross the Street Square of the Kiyevsky railway station toward the shopping center “European”. Go around the center from the right side to the Big Dorogomilovskaya Street. Cross the road and turn left. Go about 80 meters till the Ukrainian boulevard and at the building no 8a turn right and go on the boulevard toward the pedestrian zone of the boulevard.